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The dead people might left something useful for you. People in the
history could keep us from doing something wrong that they had done. In
generations, people improved so much because of those individuals in the
past gave us experience, so, we don't go to the wrong directions again.
There are some people in history I wanted to thanks. If I were given a
time machine, I would travel in time to meet Marco Polo, Galileo Galilei,
and Muhammad Ali.

The first person I would meet is Marco Polo. His discoveries
effect the communication between Asia and Europe. The first reason I
wanted to meet him because he is one of the most famous travelers in the
history. He had written a book called "The Travels of Marco Polo" which
later became the first accurate guideline of Asia in Europe. The second
reason is that he improved the relationship between Asia and Europe. The
business owned by Polo's families made the distance between Italy and China
closer by making more trade between these two countries. The last reason
is because he helped the development of the economic in Asia grew faster.
For example, he discovered a faster and safer way to go to Asia from Europe.
This way made more business people invest their money to Asia. As the
results of these facts, Marco Polo became the first person I wish to meet.

Galileo Galilei, an outstanding scientist in mid fifteenth century
is the second person I would like to meet. Galilei is not just a physicist
according to the resource I found, he however is also a astronomer. His
ability to manage time to ...

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